Debating whether the U.S. is turning into a country of "people sitting on a couch, waiting for their next government check", with Herman Cain, former presidential candidate and Willie Brown, former San Francisco mayor.» Read More
9-9-9 Plan is perfect in that it so simple, it sells itself.
Robert Costa, National Review political reporter, with an overview from Tuesday night's GOP debate, and discussing whether Mitt Romney is the undisputed front runner, with Phil Kerpen, Americans for Prosperity; Dana Milbank, Washington Post columnist; and Mona Charen, syndicated columnist.
Discussing whether Herman Cain's tax plan is good for business, with Mark Everson, AlliantGroup, and Steve Moore, "Return to Prosperity" author.
Ron Paul's plan to slash $1 trillion in federal spending begins and ends at the government bureaucracies he says are most responsible for the mess.
Debating whether liberals are really destroying the U.S. economy, or is it unfair finger pointing by presidential candidate, Herman Cain, with Gary Shapiro, Consumer Electronics Association; and Robert Johnson, the RLJ Companies. Also, Sen Rand Paul, (R-KY) weighs in on whether President Obama is practicing class warfare politics.
Herman Cain is the only GOP presidential candidate who wants to kill the tax code. That’s right. Put a knife in it. Junk the entire system. And people are cheering as he rises in the polls in his quest for the nomination.
If done right, Herman Cain’s proposal to replace all federal taxes with a 9 percent income tax, 9 percent national sales tax, and 9 percent corporate tax makes good economic sense.
GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain's economic advisor Rich Lowrie explains how the candidate's 9-9-9 plan will boost growth.
Business executive Herman Cain has jumped to the top of the volatile Republican presidential race in a campaign season dominated by economic anxiety.
Now that Herman Cain's stock has been rising in the Republican presidential scrabble, he's drawing a clear line between himself and the other candidates when it comes to taxes.